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Waiting for “the Day”

November 14, 2013

Tomorrow is “the Day”.

I’m going to be operated directly in the morning.

I suppose that I’ll get to know if cancer has spread to somewhere else in my body.


I have received a lot of help,
beautiful words
and acts of kindness in recent days.

I am so grateful to all of you,
who pray for me
– In many places, in many countries.

Little faith
I’m still in panic – all too often, but I feel stronger.

I sweat my shirt soaking wet today, because of a simple injection.
I can’t stand hospitals.
They smell,
and remind me of my near-death experience.

I will, however, try to be strong
and I’m constantly trying to think something comfortable …relaxing…

and try to hold on to the fact, that:

Just a little Faith

CAN lift you

above ALL your fears.


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